In an announcement last week, the CING said the mistake was discovered after new genetic testing was conducted on remains exhumed this year and it concerns the remains found in the ossuary
buried at the Makedonitissa memorial cemetery.
Contract notice: Supply of coffins, urns, upholstery, accessories, crosses and ossuary
boxes for cemetery and funeral service of the city of monfalcone.
But read collectively for the coded dramatic narrative embedded in the transformation of the images that were central to Yeats's graves--the crypt, the ghost, the epitaph, and the audience or passerby--the poems in Last Poems embody a realization that this impulse is less vital, and less fitting, than a heroic submission to the uncertain afterlife and afterwards offered by the ossuary
Aryeh Shimron have linked an ossuary
, or bone box, inscribed with the phrase "James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus" by its chemical "fingerprint" to a tomb encased in a rose garden between a group of nondescript apartments in Talpiot, a Jerusalem suburb.
The Late Woodland ossuary
of Nanjemoy Creek, Maryland (Ubelaker 1974), shows a pattern typical of secondary deposition, with marked under-representation of small and fragile elements due to loss or destruction during transport and redeposition.
They served as an underground ossuary
for more than 6 million skeletons.
This hell on earth saw the bones from hundreds of thousands of the fallen cleared from the battlefield after the war and held on grisly display in the ossuary
of the national memorial.
The writer Jules Claretie compared the juxtapositions in 1881 to 'an immense mausoleum where, pell-mell, as in an ossuary
, all the detritus of Paris gathered, high and low life'.
This is not the first time that the monument a ossuary
of Soviet soldiers has been vandalized.
She models how attentiveness to the fragmented and scattered dynamics of the text enacts a refusal to indulge in a fantasy of literature as undoing the violence of the past, concluding that "Brand's exhumation of a non-existent ossuary
is as imperative as it is impossible" (104).
Ten months of attrition and slaughter result in a million casualties, the bleached bones of many of them now piled in viewing galleries at the epic Douaumont ossuary
They might relocate them under roofs and vaults if necessary, but no one would dare throw them into a common ossuary